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Intel's latest roadmap adds two more processors for Q4'2007

Intel’s latest roadmap adds two more processors to the upcoming lineup. The roadmap reveals early plans for the Yorkfield-based Core 2 Extreme and another Core 2 Duo E4000-sequence processor.

With Yorkfield, Intel differentiates the Core 2 Extreme and Core 2 Duo models by the front-side bus speed. Intel Core 2 Extreme Yorkfield processors will have a 1333 MHz front-side bus, continuing on where the Kentsfield Core 2 Extreme QX6850 leaves off. The quad-core processor supports Intel VT, Enhanced Intel SpeedStep and Intel 64 and Execute Disable Bit technologies. Intel leaves TXT technology out of the 45nm Core 2 Extreme however.

Intel’s Core 2 Duo E4000-sequence receives a speed bump in Q4’2007. The new Core 2 Duo E4600 clocks in at 2.4 GHz and remains on an 800 MHz front-side bus. Aside from the speed bump, the Core 2 Duo E4600 is no different from other Core 2 Duo E4000-sequence models.

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13-06-2007, 07:59:59

Rastalovich
I have no real answers as to a source for u, but I think the question came up b4 by some1 else.

Biggest issue I had was getting doze to dedicate nics for stuff, it kept trying to use 1 nic for everything for some reason.--- think some1 had an answer to that too >.<

13-06-2007, 08:02:23

FragTek

I have no real answers as to a source for u, but I think the question came up b4 by some1 else.

Biggest issue I had was getting doze to dedicate nics for stuff, it kept trying to use 1 nic for everything for some reason.--- think some1 had an answer to that too >.<



If you find the thread LMK please, thx :)

13-06-2007, 08:10:05

Jim
Windows 2003 routing and remote access tool?

13-06-2007, 08:15:36

FragTek

Windows 2003 routing and remote access tool?



Oooh, it has built-in goodies to help me out Jimbo? :drool: Sounds like a winner to me if I can figure out how to get it setup :D

13-06-2007, 08:32:48

Jim

Oooh, it has built-in goodies to help me out Jimbo? :drool: Sounds like a winner to me if I can figure out how to get it setup :D



Yeah I've only used the remote access side of it for dialing in to my network, but it's all pretty much 'click next' stuff.

13-06-2007, 09:01:11

FragTek

Yeah I've only used the remote access side of it for dialing in to my network, but it's all pretty much 'click next' stuff.



Right-o. I'll have a look and see if I can't find out where and how to get it setup after work. Cheers for that XMS.

13-06-2007, 10:00:41

Rastalovich
Is that in system/admin tools ?

13-06-2007, 10:23:13

Jim

Is that in system/admin tools ?



Ya on 2k3 Server it'll be under 'Administrative Tools>Routing and Remote Access' iirc

13-06-2007, 10:27:30

Rastalovich
Ah I`ve found it, it comes up W2k but that`s cos of the custom build we got, this pc obviously aint installed as a server (but the tools follow the profile iykwim), but if I were on a server, would all the nics be listed in the tree ? - and include firewire ports if applicable ?

13-06-2007, 10:32:17

Jim

Ah I`ve found it, it comes up W2k but that`s cos of the custom build we got, this pc obviously aint installed as a server (but the tools follow the profile iykwim), but if I were on a server, would all the nics be listed in the tree ? - and include firewire ports if applicable ?



Going by memory, the router setup allows you to pick what NIC's you want to use for what function and then gives you the option to firewall them, port forward etc etc.

I got it working once to share out an internet connection with some servers in my old house, but I was only mucking around.
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